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, new hampshire. the youngest of five children. and my family was very politically active. my mother was in the new hampshire legislature for 25 years. and she actually ran for this seat in congress in 1980. and my father served on our executive council. he was mayor of the city of concord and he ran for governor when i was growing up as well. >> annie custer was literally raised on new hampshire politics. heand lped out in many political campaigns during her teenage years. after gruarotian fngm dartmouth and georgetown law school she worked on presidential campaigns for john kerry in 2004 and president obama in 2008. in 2010, kuster ran for office herself. >> a very good time to get involved in the political process myself. so i ran in 2010 and only lost by 3,000 votes in a big republican wave. it made all the sense in the world to run again. >> kuster is a part of the new hampshire matriarchy. she represents her state along with another congresswoman, two female senators and governor f maggie hassan. >> we have a long tradition of women working in new hampshire. i also think that t
. >> the year was 1774, two years before the declaration of independence, and new hampshire declared their own independence from great britain. the motto at the time was "live free or die," and it's still the state motto today. >> another revolutionary first for new hampshire is pictured here on the state flag. in 1776, the warship raleigh was the first to fly the new american flag. new hampshire is home to many other firsts. the first potato was grown here. america's first astronaut in space, alan shepard, was born here, as was the first free public library. >> new hampshire is known as "the granite state," and it's because their number-one natural resource is granite. this is a particularly good stone for building bridges, houses, even statues. and although the colony was first established for fishing, they quickly learned what they really had going on. >> those nine stars around the border signify an additional claim to fame. after the revolutionary war, our new constitution required approval by 9 of the 13 states. new hampshire made it happen by being the ninth state to ratify the famous d
are beginning closer to new hampshire avenue. you saw that heavy traffic at university boulevard. so keep that in mind. here's what did looks like northbound i-95. no issues coming up from dale city to spring field and on to 395. back with more in a few minutes. andrea and mike. >>> the ongoing chandra levy murder mysteries that renewed attention. her murder rocked the district and made national headlines more than a decade ago. >> ingmar guandique is serving 60 years for killing levy but was there a flaw in the prosecution's case? ingmar guandique is due back in court today. a lot of people are asking. delia goncalves is live from d.c. superior court with what we know so far. good morning. >> reporter: what we know so far. not a whole lot of information but we can pass along some info for you. we know that the judge held two closed hearings recently and because the media press, we're finally able to pass along some information. the judge recently said that he was keeping all of these proceedings secret for, quote, safety reasons. let's take a look at some file video of ingmar guandique.
to sustain the centuries-old fishing industry in the region. as kristen saloomey reports from new hampshire, the fishermen fear that restrictions could drive them out of business. >> off the coast of new hampshire, is fishermen is navigating a sea of government regulations. the amount of shrimp he is allowed take from the gulf of maine has been reduced to three quarters since last year. and now regulators, worried about wiggling fish population, want to -- regulators, worried about dwindling fish population -- >> in the past, when they had these spasms of fooling around with a particular spot, they did not fool around with all of my once. -- at once. now there is no place to turn. >> these large, closed areas that have been closed since the mid-mitte19990's. >> we have been trying to rebuild cod stocks. we thought we were making progress, but we have not been. things have gotten worse. >> they cannot say for sure why cod stocks are so low. they blame a combination of overfishing and rising water temperatures. >> commercial fishermen have been catching water here since the 1600s. it was once
involved in the crash. we'll show you new hampshire avenue because now just a moment ago as i was walking out, i hardly saw any cars. now you can start to see the congestion is growing. i'm back in ten minutes with an update. >> thank you. >>> 6:02. later today, the man convicted of killing chandra levy will appear in a d.c. courtroom. we're still trying to get to the bottom of what this hearing is b. here's what we can tell you -- we know the convicted killer, ingmar guandique is, heading here from alabama. there have been two other closed door hearings in recent months to discuss the credibility of a witness in guandique's trial. we don't know if that's the man that testified that guandique confessed to killing levy while in prison on an unrelated conviction. >>> new, a raging fire forces two people from their home this happened after midnight on dower drive in silver spring. when firefighters got there they found the house engulfed in flames. the two people who lived there were able to get out without being hurt. much of the top floor of that split-level home gutted right now. of cours
yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from new hampshire. mrs. shaheen: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent to enter spew into a colloquy with my colleague from maine, senator collins. the presiding officer: without objection. mrs. shaheen: thank you. we are here today, senator collins and i, because we agree that we must take action in this body and in this congress to avoid sequestration. sequestration is a term we've all been throwing around and it refers to the automatic cuts that are scheduled to text effect on march the 1st. -- to take effect on march the 1st. those cuts were designed to force congress to make a tough decision and to take comprehensive action on our debt and deficits. now, i think we agree that there's no question we need a comprehensive and balanced plan to put us on a more sustainable fiscal path. i think that plan should look at all areas of spending. it should look at domestic, mandatory and defense. as well as comprehensive tax reform. and i think there are many areas of bipartisan agreement on deficit reduction, including controlling the lo
of new hampshire avenue heading towards silver springs. second one approaching the b eltway. is this the one that involves the pedestrian. two right lanes are closed now. lanes open on the inner loop heading for the wilson bridge. and now from fair oaks to 123 slow. we have additional delays h eading across. that's a check of your fox 5 on time traffic. >>> in this morning's health watch, a potential breakthrough in the fight against breast cancer. researchers say they have identified a gene. when overexpressed, it causes the mutation found in the majority of breast cancer. the spine helps to create breast cancer. and it could lead to a drug that could shut down the mutation of the enzyme. >>> health officials say that it could be one reason why the u.s. has seen its worst. a study says increases in cases could partially be due to a vaccine introduced in 1990 that doesn't last as long as the one introduced in 1940. >>> also in maryland, a push to increase the number of early voting centers. the early voting access about will be considered today and if it passes, it would all
, boston, concord, new hampshire. eastern long island, new york city is not as heavy the storm moved a little faster to the east. new york will be linger being moderate snow for awhile -- lingering with moderate snow for awhile and later tonight clear out. as far as our region is concerned we have wind advisories in effect until 6:00 a.m. could gust over 40 miles an hour. you have already seen some of that across the region. across new england the heaviest snow is boston, providence, some portions of connecticut, 18 to 24 inches or more in some locations looks like new york city will end up with less than 5 or 6 inches, the most heavy stuff has shifted. for our region, when we clear out will we see a warm up on the way? more on the forecast coming up chef. >> thank you. homicide detectives joined the investigation into a suspicious fatal fire. the body of a woman was found in the basement of this burning home in the 5700 block of high gate drive, northwest baltimore. her death was initially blamed on smoke inhalation but the arson squad is inves
-atlantic. not a blockbuster storm like last weekend. but enough snow in new hampshire and maine that you probably have to plow and shovel. and new haven and hartford could cause you some problems as we go through the saturday. everyone else, enjoy one last warm day on the east coast. that's a look at your national forecast, now here's a look outside your wind. we will see a chance of rain even snowflakes mixed in date in nashville. we are going to have snow in the great lakes that will spark snow showers in many areas including minneapolis, cleveland and detroit. we have an active weather pattern. after this storm, probably two or three in the middle of the country. busy period will come in. >>> wall street was feeling the love on valentine's day to the tune of 40 billions. the big apple may get sweeter for pot smokers. >>> plus, the angry mob protests the wedding of a man convicted of killing her twin sister. incredible story in two minutes. >>> welcome back. here's some other stories making news this morning. remains found in a charred california cabin has been identified as christopher dorner. the fugitive
home. a lot of flights to boston providence and new hampshire have been cancelled. also act track and meg bus services have been halted or curtailed. . >> abc2 news chris chain schaefer joins us now outside and christian what's it like now. we had a lot of rain but hopefully it's quiet. >> quiet, a little windy. wesaw some snow in northeastern maryland. nothing major o' or anywhere near like what they're seeing in new england. right now, 350 thousand people without power in that region. >> they're seeing long lines at the grocery store in places like new jersey and thousands of commuters coming out of o' new york trying to get ahead of the storm by leaving work early. >> it was a lot more crowded than usual. the trains were on schedule though. >> and now the message in the northeast, stay home. governorsin connecticut, rhode island and massachusetts announced driving restrictions that will remain in effect until the storm passes. in our state, salt truks were deployed waiting for snow that never came. >> this is like the 13th event that we've had that we've been on did cusp
. more from new hampshire. >> off the coast of new hampshire, fisherman david is regulating the sea of government regulations. the amendment of shrink has been reduced -- shrimp has been reduced and now they want to reduce the cod catch by as much as 77% as well.
to end smoking in the u.s. c. everett koop died monday in hanover, new hampshire. he was 96 years old. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," best-selling author bishop t.d. jakes. >>> i'm anne-marie green, this is the "cbs morning news." "my son made me this coffee," "you should try it, it's delicious." ♪ [ male announcer ] every time you say no to a cigarette you celebrate a little win. nicorette gum helps calm your cravings and makes you less irritable. quit one cigarette at a time. i don't know. i can ask. c'est un fruit ou un legume? it's a fish. >>> good morning. welcome to wusa9. today is tuesday, february 26. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. you ever start your day and spill stuff all over yourself? >> no. >> good to see you this morning. good morning. monika, how are you? >> can you relate, howard? >> i think we can all relate but right now we're laughing at mike. weather wise we're going to have an interesting day. this morning is going to be quiet but boy, things are going to change in a bad way this afternoon. we've got rain. could be heavy at t
, no delays and new hampshire. back to you. >> thank you. some sad news about a country hit the top of charts before personal problems sidetracked her career. old mindy mccready shot and killed herself. her two sons were in foster care .nd the time >> authorities discovered the of the 37-year-old country theer on her front porch, sample is your friend david month in anlast apparent suicide. it appears she died of a self- wound.ed gunshot >> ♪ heaven help me to be ♪rong >> in recent years she received attention for her troubled personal life than her singing. >> when there would be some kind painful thing readily to me it to go and drink. she struggled with substance abuse and even appeared on a show.y tv she fought a long and bitter battle with her and her own mother over custody of her son. in 2007, her mother was legal guardian after singer was arrested for on probation for drug charges pick. abducted her son and refused return him despite a court order. >> the issue was whether this was really an abduction? mindy mccready said the been accusedd care, butther's grees. ily >> lies. >> no
reported in new sure. -- new hampshire. >> now your forecast with john collins. >> it is still snowing in new england. over cape cod, a wintry mix. moisture coming in off the atlantic ocean. snow in the coastal areas, but it does extend into the hudson river valley. there is lake-effect snow in pennsylvania. not everybody got sun today. we were lucky in baltimore, maryland. we had some clouds this morning. some really good weather to the west of us. if the was the high today. the sunshine certainly helped -- 50 was the high today. the sunshine certainly helped. the morning low was 39 degrees. by midnight, we could be a little chillier than that. right now, 39 is the reading at the airport. 41 at cambridge. 40 five in ocean city. 35 at parkton. in oceanderick -- 45 city. 35 at parkton. 37 at frederick. the windchill is making it seem a little chillier here the winds are gusting through the 20's -- chillier. the winds are gusting through the 20's. this drifted down from pennsylvania. here is the weather up in parts of new england. this area of high pressure is coming in. weather.s whethe
to the people in connecticut and rhode island, massachusetts, new hampshire, vermont, and maine. >> geraldo: welcome live, everybody, to new york central park where the blizzard of 2013 was little more than an inconvenience. even fun for most folks around here especially since it happened on the weekend. as they say in new york city real estate your storm experience was all about location, location, location. and the location we start with tonight is the fox weather center and marina molina. is it all over but the digging? >> thanks for having me. pretty much the worst location as far as snowfall accumulation was a town in connecticut that picked up 40 inches of know from the last nor'easter. incredible amounts of snow not just in this particular city but surrounding areas across the state of connecticut picked up 30 inches of snow. more than 3 feet for many location. reports of more than 20 inches of snow widespread across the state of massachusts. new boston a town in new hampshire picked up 30.4 inches of snow. portland set a record in the state of maine. the snowiest storm they have see
'malley showing up in polls around the nation. the latest in new hampshire, where the first primary is held. among democrats, the university of new hampshire survey, reports hillary clinton with an 80% favorability rating this far out. joe biden with 51%. in what many consider the lower- tiered candidate, governor o'malley poarls at 3%. this -- polls at 3%. this is all with 82% of the new hampshire voters undecided. 32% of marylanders surveyed in a recent gonzalez poll say he should run. >> his profile is very high. he took on the major issues, supported the incoming president. >> there is more that unites us than divides us. >> reporter: in fact, maryland knows were convince o convinced by the governor's state of the state address that he is obviously running for president. >> we'll be dealing with, long after he moves onto the campaign trail in 2016. jazz governor o'malley's position is to focus on the prohibit, rather than to the presidency. and any other reference is to governor well. govern well. i'm pat warren. back to you on tv hill. >> and gove
: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from new hampshire. mrs. shaheen: mr. president, i ask that the quorum call be lifted. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mrs. shaheen: i have five unanimous consents for committees to meet during today's session of the senate. they have the approval of the majority and minority leaders. i ask unanimous consent that these requests be agreed to and that these requests be printed in the record. the presiding officer: without objection, so ordered. mrs. shaheen: thank you. mr. leahy: mr. president, i wonder if the distinguished senator from new hampshire would yield to me for a moment. mrs. shaheen: always, mr. president. mr. leahy: mr. president, the senior senator from new hampshire i know is about to speak regarding the violence against women act. i just want to take a moment to thank her for all the work she has done in her state and in the senate to help advance this legislation. senator shaheen and i are from rural states, we border each other, the connecticut river runs down, sets the border between our two stat
in maine are still dealing with brunt of the storm from portland to southern new hampshire and boston, very cold and very windy. typically a satellite picture of the clouds that i show you during hurricanes, this one i used because it looked so impressive. and now up in the gulf of maine and dragging off to the east as we go throughout the day today. underneath the clouds this is what radar looks like. blue and white shows you where the snow is. the blue bands where the heaviest snow was and overnight, that set right over the top of areas of central connecticut, where we have widespread two-foot reports. 34 inches reported in hamden, connecticut. and areas of new hampshire and maine that band sat there overnight and probably see two to three feet easy in those areas. at midnight, the last observation from logan, portland, 10 to 15 inches. a report near 24 from downtown hartford. buffalo, 7. and we're waiting for updated snow totals in areas of eastern mass, where we should see 24 to 30 inches of snow. this lived up to the forecast and the hype with the power outages, a long day of cleanup a
to have been involved with her a lot before she left new hampshire so i think he can tell us about life with adam in the early days. >> narrator: this is the first time that marvin lafontaine has spoken to the media. >> tell me how you first met nancy? >> through the scouts. >> okay, do you remember what year she actually joined the cub scouts with the boys, what year it was? >> '94, '95. >> 1994-95. >> nancy was there for every single meeting with her kids. she never missed one. those kids were everything to her and she was very, very protective over them and i understand that. i was very protective over mine too. >> just in terms of adam, what do you remember seeing? >> just a quiet kid. kept to himself. there was a weirdness about him and nancy warned me once at one of the scout meetings. she said, just so you know, and she said i know you wouldn't do this, but just so you know, don't touch adam. i go, well, i wouldn't touch him. she goes, i don't mean like that but i mean like don't do "at a boy" thing or shake his hand and say "way to go, brother." she said, "he just can't stand th
5, new hampshire has a pending bailout petition right now. many people think the state of virginia is close to be able to bail out. all the jurisdiction has to do is have clean hands which alabama-- and almost every justice in the court concreted today-- does not. >> woodruff: we'll leave it there. share lynn aoeu if i feel, hans von spakovsky, thanks very much. >> ifill: you can listen online to a collection of viewer stories about the voting rights act as part of our special oral history project. and still to come on the "newshour": banning assault weapons; working from home; feeling the impact of warmer weather; the life of pianist van cliburn and honoring civil rights pioneer rosa parks. but first, with the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: housing is heating up and it's taking wall street with it. the national association of realtors reported today that january contracts for home sales hit the highest level in more than two years. the stock market reacted with a sharp rally. the dow jones industrial average gained 175 points to close at 14,075. it
tonight. this new hampshire couple was hoping to fly out to fort lauderdale but with the planes not flying, they had to do plan b, which they began with this morning. >> we took a bus to the train station and a train. >> we tried to do we had planned on doing all along. >> they plan to fly out tomorrow morning and will leave for a cruise. when they get back home, they hope the storm will be gone. good luck with that. stay with abc 7 for complete coverage of the northeast blizzard. we have updates as well on travel conditions. just go to wjla.com and our social media website. bob will be back to update us in just a few minutes. >> new at 11:00, we are learning about a possible motive involving a killing of a toddler. it is said chelsea booth killed her daughter became she believed she was possessed by an evil spirit. police say the child was smothered and her body thrown in a dumpster. >> and a former lapd officer at the center of a manhunt. authorities believe he is responsible for three murders. we will have a looked at the investigation that is now in a tourist destination. >> the allege
the retrievers believe in the power of pink. and umbc makes a statement with a win over new hampshire. the retrieves battle bath toll a 59-50 victory. this was truly a win-win for umbc. great night for that and great night for baseball. >> thank you, mark. coming up, top this is so sick! i can't believe your mom let you take her car out. this is awesome! whoooo! you're crazy. go faster! go faster! go faster! go faster! no! stop...stop... (mom) i raised my son to be careful... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. >>> you may say to the victor go the spoils, but so does a nice steak. that's what banana joe won. it was probably the favorite part of his victory tour, which included visit to the stock exchange and the empire state building. >> i guess your mom told you to
's just a responsibility issue. >> narrator: the story begins in kingston, new hampshire. nancy jean champion grew up here, and in 1981 would marry peter lanza. eventually they built this house on the champion family's land. they had a son, ryan, in 1988. and four years later, along came adam. >> the person that we're going to talk to, he described himself as a dear friend. he seems to have been involved with her a lot before she left new hampshire so i think he can tell us about life with adam in the early days. >> narrator: this is the first time that marvin lafontaine has spoken to the media. >> tell me how you first met nancy? >> through the scouts. >> okay, do you remember what year she actually joined the cub scouts with the boys, what year it was? >> '94, '95. >> 1994-95. >> nancy was there for every single meeting with her kids. she never missed oneg@ those kids were everything to her and she was very, very protective over them and i understand that. i was very protective over mine too. >> just in terms of adam, what do you remember seeing? >> just a quiet kid. kept to himsel
, new hampshire rappahannock, madison county's. we have a potential of an inch of sleet and snow accumulated. i think it will start off as snow and then transition over to sleet and even some freezing rain. our temperatures are round or just under the freezing mark. 32 in the sea. 29 at dulles. 27 in winchester. we are already clouded in across the area. here is that moisture trying to sneak its way through. some of that tank might mean sleet mixing in with snow. here is why this is a tricky forecast -- our energy on the systems will be fleeting. is part of that big storm, you saw the video from kansas. down here, we will be seeing an area of low pressure developing. it kind of puts the energy right on top. most of it will be like. then we will get heavier rains especially along the east of i- 95 tomorrow, and then drying up tomorrow night. our forecast for today, we're looking for cloudy skies, 33 degrees, but by recess, we could see a light wintery mix, 35 degrees, drop-off time about 38 degrees. i think the transition will happen in mid to late this afternoon in d.c.. right no
of new hampshire massachusetts, vermont, could have 6-12 inches of snow. the wind chill factor not a problem as we move into the overnight. the coastal storm moves off to the north and east. the clouds break up tomorrow. early in the morning, we could have patchy fog, a little bit of drizzle, but not a whole lot. travel plans tomorrow, the local airports no problems. doppler radar quiet and dry, but the clouds stick around. future-cast, through the day the wind changes to the north northwest. wind gusts of 25, so even though the temperatures are about 50, it will feel colder than that. the forecast overnight, the temperatures fall into the 30's. patchy fog, it did a bit of drizzle. the best chance is across southern maryland. tomorrow, a mixture of sunshine and clouds, 45-50. the highs rebound after a more significant storm system tuesday. it appears right now that we will be on the warm side of things, mainly a rain event. then a nice bump into the low 50's wednesday. on settled thursday and friday, but still waiting for the snowstorm in washington. >> keep waiting, i am fine.
are winter storm warnings through northeastern pennsylvania all the way up to new hampshire and vermont. but the orange from new york all of long island, connecticut, rhode island, eastern massachusetts and eastern new hampshire lower maine, blizzard warnings when you see the orange blizzard warnings in effect. they can get a foot to 2 feet of snow with winds 40, 50, 60 and potentially up to 70 miles an hour places like oh nantucket, cape cod and martha's vineyard. around here, howard, montgomery, loudoun, points west and north under the winter weather advisories until 10:00 a.m. and we've got a report of some snow and sleet mixing in from ijamsville out to winchester. this is the first storm i was just talking about. the bulk of that is going to head north and some of the rain the going to head -- is going to head to garrett county. but this storm is going more that way so the bulk of that storm is going to stay east. and when the western fringe of this first storm, we've got some snow falling you see it now moving up toward frederick, across areas in toward loudoun county and western
. senator from south carolina and senator from new hampshire had a response from the president today on the question that we had. but there are other questions. >> like can you give us a copy of every speech you ever gave? give us a dollar for dollar assessment of every dollar you ever made. if you don't tell us we're going to accuse you of getting money from the north koreans. joy, you're younger than me, i think, by a lot of years and i have it to tell you, this does -- we're going to get to this. i'm going to sell this second segment coming up. we went back and looked at how joe mccarthy did it. same techniques of innuendo, character assassination, based on nothing this guy is doing, cruz, who i don't know what he's running for. people say attorney general. i don't know what job he's applying for. i don't know why he's ruining his career with this crap. >> i think he was born in canada. you know, you said earlier in your introduction that john mccain occasionally remembers who he is. i'm starting to agree with joe klein. this is who john mccain is. this is a man who is showing no
was in new hampshire writing columns about the new hampshire presidential primary. i spent a day following the then first lady barbara bush around. not as a stalker, but as a member of the press corps. it was a big press corps, lots of people. the motorcade of us going and around and all these dignitaries in various events. at the end of the day, mrs. bush had a press conference at a hotel ballroom. the place was packed. i was taking notes for my humor column. when i thought it was all over, the photographer brought the press corps that had been with mrs. bush up on the stage. maybe two dozen of us. they put me right next to barbara rush, first lady of the united states, for this picture. this is a situation where i know in my mind to say nothing. i knew that in my mind. [laughter] your brain does not always tell the rest of your body what the plan is. there was kind of a quiet moment with these high-powered journalists and this room full of people. i planned to say nothing, but for some reason my mouth came open, and i said to barbara bush, first lady of the united states, who i had never
, and myself. i'm here in manchester, new hampshire. he also had two young gentlemen that was from his deceased girlfriend, her grandchildren that he also called his grandchildren, too, jason and matth matthew. i'm sure we're all going to miss him so much. >> absolutely. sharon, thank you so much for sharing stories about your brother, who was killed as a result of the snow storm. so far the only fatality that has been reported. it is a warning to everyone who goes out in the snow. there are dangers there as well. sharon, thank you so much. we'll take a break and be back with more after this. can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. let's say you pay your guy around 2% to manage your money. that's not much you think. except it's 2% every year. does that make a difference? search "cost of financial advisors" ouch. over time it really adds up. then go to e-trade and find out how much our advice costs. spoiler alert: it's low. really? yes, really. e-trade offers investment advice and guidance from dedica
island, eastern massachusetts, coastal new hampshire and maine blizzard warnings. millions of people, hours left to prepare, the blizzard of 2013 is starting today. you can see where it's located behind me, off the outer banks of north carolina, the heavy rain shield goes up through the mid-atlantic, all the way into southern jersey. the snow part of the storm has yet to begin. that will happen as we go through the morning hours and especially after noon today into new england. that's really your cut-off time if you're anywhere from federal jersey northward. whatever you have to get done, you'll do it in rain this morning. after about noon, get off the roads. that's when we could get stuck and we want plows to be able to clear everything out. as far as the snow totals go, this is the latest thinking on the storm. we're looking at the possibility of over 2 feet in a huge section of eastern new england. that's the historic part of the storm, from the boston area down to providence. looks like the foot is going to be easily all the way to coastal maine, new hampshire, massachusetts, and
side of town traveling west of 650 new hampshire avenue. light traffic volume through silver spring. eastbound on 66 leaving manassas trying to get past the rest area, all lanes are open. a nice easy trip continues as you work your way from fair oaks to 123 and now northbound on i-95. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. traffic. fur. >> thank you. >>> and now to a big story we are following in alabama where a week-long hostage situation has come to an end. >> officials successfully rescued the 5-year-old boy yesterday afternoon. he is identified as ethan. his captor is now dead. it is up clear whether he was shot or shot himself. investigators say ethan's safety was a top pry sort. >> this boy is a special boy and he is okay. that was the mission of every man and woman on this compound, every law enforcement officer, every first responder, all of the who prayed to bring him home safely, that is a lot. >> neighbors say jimmy leave dykes was a retired truck driver and described him as menacing. officials say they are just grateful for such a successful and happy ending to t
to report as you travel past new hampshire avenue. southbound 95 and 295 both running at speed leaving 19 # for the beltway. here we are live coming across the people on the outer loop headed from tyson and on the toll road headed towards 270. lanes are open and traffic is flowing freely. no problems to report on 395 leaving duke street in the express lanes and main line. lanes are open continuing northbound toward the 14th street bridge. light and easy traffic so far through northeast along new york avenue here at bladensburg road. no problems to report head out towards the tunnel. southbound kept ill worth avenue, lanes are open and you are at speed out to the 11th street bridge. southbound kenilworth avenue. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> oscar pistorius is back in court. he will find out today if he can be freed on bail after being charged with the premeditated murder of his model girlfriend. today, prosecutors will elaborate on their version of what happened last night saying a fight between the two led to the shooting. police also revealed today that they found tw
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